They're all different, but consider each one an improvement over the next one. I only have the first two, and I prefer More Workouts (it has step aerobics!). We're seriously considering getting 2.0 and the NFL trainer, and the hands-free option is appealing. I hear it works pretty well with the Wii :)
Keri ~ Springfield, Illinois
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I don't know about more workouts cause I never had that one. Of the other two, I perfer 2 cause you don't need the controller all the time and the heart monitor gives you a better idea of how hard you are going. And because most of the exercises don't require you to hold the controller, you can switch settings and use hand weights rather than the resistance bands. Also you don't use the numchuck, there is no chord getting in the way. I actually gave my active stuff to a friend cause I wasn't using it since getting 2.
Hope this helps!
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I'm sorry if this has already been asked, but given the choice which do you like better? I'm trying to decide which one I want. EA Sports Active, EA Sports Active More Workouts or EA Sports Active 2? Are they all different or is it like Wii Fit where it's the same game with different stuff added?
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